Hi JT. My understanding is there's pretty much no good test for males for detecting high risk HPV. This is partly due to the fact that it's hard to get a good sample from the thick skin on a man's genitals as opposed to the cells of a woman's cervix. Since the risk of serious complications from high risk HPV infection in men is so low, the current consensus seems to be there really isn't much utility in testing men. Personally I think there's plenty of utility since men are carriers who then pass it on to women... but that's just me ranting... and there's currently no approved test to give men anyway. Hopefully someday.
Some of this info can be found in the HPV resource center: http://www.ashastd.org/hpv/hpv_learn_men.cfm
I'll let a better-informed mod respond to the question about low risk.